Latimer

[lat-uh-mer]
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noun

Hugh,c1470–1555, English Protestant Reformation bishop, reformer, and martyr.

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Contemporary Examples of latimer

  • In his memoir Speech-Less: Tales of a White House Survivor, Latimer says the line was inserted by Thiessen and approved by Bush.

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    Bush's Ghostwriter

    Bryan Curtis

    March 9, 2010

  • Latimer says Michel reneged on a bet to run naked through the White House if Obama picked Joe Biden as his running mate.

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    Bush's Ghostwriter

    Bryan Curtis

    March 9, 2010

  • Latimer ends up, as most White House staffers do, disillusioned and disappointed.

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    Oval Office Confidential

    Christopher Buckley

    October 5, 2009

  • Latimer also reveals that the famous “Old Europe” snarky comment was a slip of the tongue.

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    Oval Office Confidential

    Christopher Buckley

    October 5, 2009

  • Mr. Latimer comes across as an honest, if perhaps an occasionally naïve and dewy-eyed observer.

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    Oval Office Confidential

    Christopher Buckley

    October 5, 2009

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British Dictionary definitions for latimer

Latimer

noun

Hugh. ?1485–1555, English Protestant bishop: burnt at the stake for refusing to disavow his Protestant beliefs when Mary I assumed the throne
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